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The excitement of the chemistry of organofluorine compounds stems from the unique reactions that arise and the "special effects" that introduction of fluorine impart on a molecule. Indeed, these effects are now exploited in a remarkable array of applications the whole of the chemical, pharmaceutical, and plant-protection industries. In this two-volume set, we have gathered authors with immense experience in various aspects of their fields and each is a world-authority on the important topics which they have described. The first volume treats the chemistry of fluorinated alkenes, which are important "building-blocks" for the synthesis of a range of fluorinated systems and are used widely in industry. The second volume is directed to techniques and synthons for obtaining fluorinated compounds.
1. R.D. Chambers and J.F.S. Vaughan; Nucleophilic Reactions of Fluorinated Alkenes
2. V.A. Petrov and V.V. Bardin; Reactions of Electrophiles with Polyflurorinated Olefins
3. W.R. Dolbier, jr.; Fluorinated Free Radicals
4. B. Ameduri and B. Boutevin; Telomerisation Reactions of Fluorinated Alkenes